January First Tuesday: Pacific Northwest Snow

January First Tuesday: Pacific Northwest Snow

Tuesday, January 4th
7 - 8pm via Zoom on your home computer
Free and all welcome, RSVP here to get the Zoom link sent to you on Tuesday

Snow is an incredible resource in the Pacific Northwest, contributing to recreation, water supply, and ecosystem services. We are fortunate to have a breathtaking array of sources of information on snowpack, both long-term and short-term. Join Oregon State University Professor and National Geographic Explorer Dr. David Hill for a discussion on the many ways that we learn about our snowpack. He will review just what exactly is changing, and by how much. Finally, a new ‘real-time’ snowpack modeling system (mountainsnow.org), fueled by community participation, will be discussed and results for North Central Washington will be demonstrated.

Email: events@methowconservancy.org for the Zoom link.

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